If you can think of the D4L single, Laffy Taffy, but replace the Casio keyboard with a few of the Shop Boyz’ spare guitars, you get Fabo’s new single, She Get Loose. The Atlanta native uses the same rhyme style he created during the Betcha Can’t Do It Like Me-days and believe it or not, the content isn’t far off. She Get Loose is not exactly material to play when crawling into bed with an iPod, but when blasted out the speakers of a strip club, it works. Fabo’s solo album, Da Gik, should see daylight in early 2008.
Written by DJ Z on 10/1/07
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